Sound elements used to make Voyagers 2012: The Beginning of The End.See movie here:https://archive.org/details/Voyagers2012TheBeginningOfTheEnd ( 1 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, voyagers 2012, audio
A collection of the original music from Voyagers 2012: The Beginning of The End. See the movie here:https://archive.org/details/Voyagers2012TheBeginningOfTheEnd favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, voyagers, soundtrack, aliens, space, time travel, ebola
10 songs dedicated to my family, using the last of the drum loops (almost) and focused on evolving musical expression. Some of it was written on a bus while my car was in the shop. Some if it was written for audio therapeutic healing purposes. All of it was inspiration. Warning: Track 10 created for listening on headphones, extreme subharmonic frequencies may damage your woofers. Contains binaural beats and is meant for headphones for healing purposes. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, guitar, synth, acoustic, drums, bass, metal, classical, experimental
The last of the enormous reaction mechanisms to evolve from the big one. This is the final chapter of polimorphism and social critique. We face the end of the loop, end of canned spam, end of digital douchebaggery. Original music by NoiseCollector... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Immense Explosion Apparatus, NoiseCollector, politics, jihad, la raza, philosophy, mert the chimney...
Audio tracks from all the Voyagers Trailer videos remixed and/or remastered uses mostly original music and samples as well as some public domain items from the US Government, blipilpliptv, NASA, newsreels, hercules movie trailers, and other sources under fair usage if applicable. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NoiseCollector, Voyagers, 2012, soundtrack, trailers, movie, spectacular
Mar 13, 2011byDeadman & Digi Hartatak & Electric Stiletto
Deadman & Digi Hartatak are back.... in the 1970's. With some help from Electric Stiletto on pyramid drums on Electric Entourage, the funk flows freely and the grooves get groovier. Influenced by the progression through the decade of disco and decadance, Welcome Back takes you roughly back to the beginning you should have never escaped Kotter. Different strokes lead to Trapper John, time and time again. The Entourage is funky and Electric as they glam up the Vegas Strip with fear and... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, funk, disco, progressive, jam, pyramid,...
Collection of partially unrelated songs used in some recent videos uploaded to Community Video section here and Youtube. Birth- A barely musical audio collage of sounds recorded during and immediately after the birth of a baby. The cybernetic merging of organic and mechanical sounds from the hospital and home synchronized and blended to perfection. All sounds used in this composition can be downloaded at freesound.org. Video available on youtube and here: http://www.archive.org/details/Sb1070... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: atmosphere, field recording, freesound, ambient, drum and bass, dnb
The events you are about to witness with your ears are true events. Track 1 tells the story of entitlement and perpetual dependence on government. Take away our guns so we depend on the police. Keep corporate taxes high enough for oligopolies to survive but prevent freedom from giant corporations. Brainwash our children with revisionist history in the schools and build white guilt while lowering the birthrate. Import unskilled labor to exploit but pay welfare for native born people to not work.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: socialism, racism, liberalism, illegal immigration, new black panther party, democratic party,...
Through the freedom of information act, stolen Soviet intelligence recordings and paranormal investigating, the previously unreleased demo master tapes of the reunion of unfamous 1980's thrash metal band "Warfare" have been digitally remixed and mastered. After 20 years of court cases and millions of dollars in lawsuits, the 3 original members have agreed to release what would have been their reunion album, but not really because none of this ever happened. The original members of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: warfare, lost, metal, garage, thrash, metallica, jesus, elvis, yoda, beiber, toyota, satan, diaper,...
Created with footage from archive.org moving image and text sections and other images set to original music by Warfare 4.0. The title is now "Kill Them With Hate Speech" because youtube thinks this montage of news images, archive.org footage, and original music is hatespeech.... really. I am not kidding. They also believe that alchemy is climate change science and amway is a religion. THEMTUBE SUCKS. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: jihad, heavy metal, war, air force, nuclear test
Concept and words by Deadman, music and mixing by Digi Hartatak. Deadman's parody and fair useage tribute to the Warriors but set entirely in America's favorite family resort between 6th and 12th St. The music is based on the soundtrack for the movie with some fair usage parody elements. Also contains field recordings and samples available at freesound.org. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: warriors, parody, funk, jam, disco, freesound, noise
1. Religion of Piece Original music played on an Alesis synthesizer mixed with recordings of Obama, stretched samples from jihadist propaganda from www.archive.org and some of my samples from Freesound. From the hypnotic and soothing introduction to the other worldly blending of presidential holiday speeches and holy war vocal samples to the startling blunt recording of a girl calling 911 after her father had shot her and her sister and left them to die for dishonoring the family... this is a... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: biggest bang machine, politics, religion, socialism, capitalism, libertarianism, communism, jihad,...
2nd sequel to "Creator Double Theater". This installment of abstract musical mangling is made of field recordings from a trip up the east coast this summer. some drums, synth and guitar. Field recordings available at freesound. Promise- Composed of sounds of the shore including amusement parks, casino and beach noises. Has a bit of DC street musicians mixed in and served with some guitar and a side of upright jazz bass. Urbana- A short sonic montage of Manhattan including sounds of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: abstract, field recording, atmosphere, freesound
2 more songs salvaged from lost tracks by Deadman & Digi Hartatak. Track 1 "Justin's Commandments" tells the story of the 10 commandments written by Clancy on the wooden ceiling support at the Pavillion on the boardwalk in Ocean City. Track 2 "Zion Winter" tells the story of the cold streets if Egg Harbor Township and what happens to unsuspecting pedestrians that wander into the lair of the dreaded Zoobies. Vocals performed and recorded by Deadman in Audacity Music... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: H1N1, obama, healthcare, sex, twitter, patriot act, megan fox, iran, dexter, jihad, islam, star...
Two almost finished laid back songs salvaged from preliminary mixes before the desktop hardrive died and the laptop power supply went within 48 hours of each other. Hopefully I can recover the hard drive data one day and fix the laptop to finish all the songs I was working on. These are in MP3 format and were for evaluation only. They suffer from agregious compression, reckless mixing and atrocious editing. NoiseCollector will not be held liable for any damage to your woofers or psyche. With... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: psychadelic, trip hop, lofi, philosophy, drone, fusion, rock, time
4 Tracks from Deadman & Digi Hartatak covering a range of styles from electronic to jazz. Track 1 starts off with a live progressive jam inspired buildup into techno idiocy for the consumers but takes a nice 90 degree turn into deja vu laden reminiscence and then back to familar terrority in time to get off for the next song. Track 2 AKA Rastafyaron, is an assembly of contraband sounds and satanic toys in a pagan seance of herbal energy that rises from epic deep sloth into gyrating patterns... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: elctronic, fusion, jazz, electronic, experimental, electronic
An even larger contraption made by complicated networks of symbiotic and parasitic components. The automatic mechanism of madness chugs along, gears screaching under the pressure of it's own immense weight. The immense implosion of gravity in on it's self around the machine creates heat and friction in the internal components untill one of them breaks and the machine comes crashing down. When the machine shuts down, the illusion generators and subliminal brain washing centers will be exposed... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: politics, clinton, paul, bush, obama, reagan, patton, truman, techno, electronic, downbeat, ambient
The Faykers are back with an original song about the patriarch of the Deadhead scene on the Jersey Shore and his minions of Andy Griffin Themesong whistling troubadors and their splintered barefoot spinning adventures under the warm glow of the boardwalk neon. This is the true tale of a small band of fairy spanksters that grew into a slightly larger group and then kinda disappeared one day, weird huh? Watch as they drop strange magical liquid from visine bottles on sugar cubes, diner crackers... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: faykers, deadheads, spinners, LSD, flower power
Mar 21, 2009byDigi Hartatak Featuring Power Switchblade
Remix and minimal extension of "Technae" by Power Switchblade AKA Styrofoam Cueball. I mangled the crap out of it, added to it, subtracted from it and processed it until it became this throbbing techno, almost lofi calasthetic and robotic song. Cameo appearances by Deadman and Nay Nay round it out. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: techno, electronic, remix
Before NWA there were the Noyz Boyz... From Pleasantville (AKA Rumbletown from Springsteen fame) and Peck's Beach came C Unick, Jaymo and DJ Jizm and their gangsta ghetto hip hop, genitalia in your face and all that jazz. Easy E used to bow down and worship these pastmasters of urban audio. Listen to the raw and uncensored strife of project thuggery and straight up cussing to the funky grooves you cannot resist. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: rap, hip hop, gangsta, thug, uncensored
From Camden NJ the always controversial new age hip hop group "The Original Scientists" bring their political activism in full force to adress the state of race in our nation. From the Nations of Gods on Earth they bring their 5% knowledge from the Universal Creator to the deceivers of the nation. Dropping science with all 7 cylinders firing like Wally Fard on crack. The Honorable DJ Yakub lays down the fundamental audio mathmatics while MC Crakakilla brings forth knowledge from the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: hip hop, activism
Deadman sings about his land on the west coast while Digi plays guitar and screws around with electronics on the east coast. This is a leftover from the old software started on Sunday, July 15, 2007, 3:23:19 PM. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: guitar, alternative, jam, chill
More eletronic mixes of minimal repeating musical phrases morphing from ambient soundscapes into electronic groove presentations of pop culture, history and scifi inspired improvisations created with leftover tracks from the old software that were too complex to export and remix in reaper so I just finished them off. Track 1 evolves from a simple beat built from a vintage Electroharmonix drum machine enhanced with other drum, human and percussion sounds along with droning indian microtonal... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: ambient, minimal, electronic, funk, retro, vintage, experimental, instrumental, freesound, organic,...
Loosely based on things like an ancient Delphic Hymn and funky disco of the 1970's with other eclectic but cleverly connected themes, 3 contrasting and complimentary tracks created with Reaper demonstrate a new production quality for the future. For some reason reverb trails are cut off when rendering? Will figure that out eventually... Thanks to the manson family for the inspiration and help with production on tracks 1 & 2. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: charles manson, manson family, russian, aleister crowley, electronic, psychadelic, insanity, hellen...
5 hypnotic and sensual tracks (except track 1 which is rash and vulgar) from Digi Hartatak. Spaceface is an allusion to reason that started off as a 3/4 time blueprint for a giant electronic iron maiden project that seemed interesting at the time but never went anywhere so I carelessly added some synth, some space related samples and a few words I wrote on the way to the office yesterday. Uses Freesound samples from one of my loop sample packs. Deadman Beatbox Demo is a track demonstrating the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: freesound, experimental, progressive, fusion, electronic, psychadelic, new wage, beatbox, trip hop,...
2 mix tracks by Digi Hartatak from the old software that needed to be finished and would not benefit much from higher resolution or more effects due to lofi samples. These were not mastered so use your EQ. Track one is dedicated to and based on the local Philadelphia television news between 1970 and 1990 and another Jersey shore attraction burning down, namely Dracula's Castle in Wildwood. Track 2 is about religion and is mainly based on speech from a speaking bible pronounciation database and... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: electronic, spoken word, vintage, retro, lofi, philadelphia
The last song produced with the old Voyetra software before the studio converts to Reaper. Deadman is back on vocals over heavy guitar, bass and percussion by Digi Hartatak. The mix at the end is all jacked but I don't care. From now on all new songs will be mixed and mastered in one program with better processing, less glitches and more control of the process. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: metal, electronic, rock, alternative
More atmospheric electronic music from Hama Yoko & Ethnomite Pux. Track two uses samples from: http://www.archive.org/details/Song_of_Prayer_Bahamut http://www.archive.org/details/Narayanasuktam--Mantrapushpam-Yajurveda_Prayer You can also read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahamut favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: world, electronic, experimental
Track 1 starts off with organic tribal chanting with electric guitar and evolves into some acoustic and piano tinkering. Anderstein exacts his revenge in the revenge track one with pulsating digital echoes of conflict and chanting chaos. Uses RushHourPrayerCall by acclivity @ Freesound http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=37876 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: anderstein, house, tribal, guitar, psychadelic, ambient, spoken word, freesound
"Drone Wars" is a clash of DNB-like beats, Tibetan bell and bowl drones and image synth tracks from my "Ancient Geometry" sample pack at Freesound. Sequences and pads are based on images of ancient patterns from historic civilisations pitched in the range of 432hz in chromatic and microtuned increments. I added old middle ages sounds from a serpent and some A432 tuned violin to give it some organic elements. "Suburbia" is based on the late 70's to early 80's small... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electronica, world, freesound, 432hz, trip hop, experimental
Another sonic tribute to an arcade that made a point to put a ciggarette machine next to the change machine where kids could buy them. You will have to put up with the vocals, I did the best I could, I do like the nasty electric bassline though, when you can hear it... mess with your EQ, I will. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: jilly's arcade, electronic, new wage, trip hop
Digi Hartatak tells the story of the counter culture movement and it's inlfuence on our present day situation. He builds on a minimalist drum machine beat with electric bass, guitars and some non intrusive synth work to create the basic song foundation. Adding to that are clips of Timothy Leary and some related and not so related snippets of pop culture along with some elements from NoiseCollector and others at Freesound and CCMisxter including: "cellos two chords 88 bpm.wav" by... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electronic, hip hop, psychadelic rock, counter culture, leary, lsd, freesound
Two new tracks from Digi Hartatak and friends. Psychoprophylaxis is based on snippets from "Sex Madness" and other educational films from the Prelinger Archives. Add some wax cylinder samples, and some synth work and cook until aldente. Tribute is dedicated to Deadman and the other main contributors to the netlabel and contains NoiseCollector Freesound loops, samples and vocal phrases from various artists mixed with more synth work. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electronic, freesound, sex madness, prelinger, vintage, retro, exploitation
NoiseCollector's 5 favorite frantic tracks from Ethnomite Pux found here on the archive. For full credits, lossless versions and other songs, click the author. Ethnomite Pux is an experimental sound & vision artist from Hebei, China. For further information please visit: www.myspace.com/ethnomitepux favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: remix, world, experimental, cut up, mash up, electronic, spoken word
The Brigantine Castle was a haunted house attraction on the Jersey Shore that burned down before it was scheduled to be demolished. I started off trying to make an another "ambient' song but it was so horribly boring I figured anyone who listened to it would go into a coma. I added actual sounds from the recordings that played in various parts of the castle during the 70's, some authentic sounds of the northern atlantic and the actual Philadelphia news report about the fire. Along with... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: halloween, brigantine castle, jersey shore, tourism, arson, horror, funhouse
This is Jerry meets the Cure meets Emerson Lake and Palmer with Nay Nay on backing vocals and Digi Hartatak on synths, guitars and vocals. The lyrics can have many meanings from past relationships to current world events. Image from NASA. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: nay nay, alternative
2 tracks from Deadman and Digi Hartatak about marijuana, using sounds from a an old drug education film found in the Prelinger collection here on the archive. Although both pieces are the same tempo, "Sense" is a much slower sounding booty bass jam with some funky drums, software DJ scratching, synthbass, a plastic comb, and various synth elements and mangled samples. Deadman on vocals and situational comedy. Most of the synth tracks give way to some almost accapella work by Deadman... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: marijuana, prelinger, drug education, booty bass, trip hop, disco, psychadelic, electronic, retro
Big Bang Machine An audio documentary of a monstrous malfunctioning apparatus created by Europeans to simulate the biggest bang in history by smashing small things against each other creating a black whole that nothing can escape from and that could possibly destroy the planet. Behardouche Pronounced (bay-har-doo-SHAY), a sonic examination of the art of generalizations, broad statements, arrogance and blood curdling and annoying raspy nasal speech. Does Not Compute Too The story of a young... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: castro, electronic, spoken word, dean, kerry, mailer, nixon, behar, rosie, brown, spock, nixon,...
2 tracks of unrelated music from Deadman & Digi Hartatak Dusted is about the fun that can be had with PCP and teenage angst. Evolation is a follow up to Evolver and continues the philosophic theme with commentary on the evolutionary theory and the other one where there is a big guy with a beard who created 2 people who bred incestuously for a disputed period of time and caused all the genetic defects similar to the brain atrophy caused by vegetarian diets. Dusted uses my frog and mystery... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: freesound, evolution, creation, pcp, angel dust, boat, greens, crazy eddie dust bags, queensryche,...
Using samples from jihadi propaganda videos and military strike footage Digi Hartatak, builds another musical montage over a driving electro rock percussion track from vintage drums and drum machine sounds. Deadman adds vocals to complement the crunchy rythym guitar and synth tracks. Uses audio from various jihad videos on archive and elsewhere, including a charming amatuer video from the archive where young children kick a detached american leg around in the dust chanting "god is... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: jihad, propaganda, rock, metal, rap, eletronic
Three songs from Deadman and Digi Hartatak. The Novelty of Nearsightedness is a different interpretation of another uncomplete song with a new beat. Merlin is a weird remake of an old song with vocals from Deadman. Does Not Compute is a new song about this cool preacher guy I came across on the internet, he really seems to be able to move the crowd! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: electronic, experimental, remix, wright
Play the non "radio edit version" if you dare... it's supposed to be first in track list... try to do something nice and well, read on. South Jersey's best Mayker tribute band Recorded live at JFK in Philadelphia in August 1977. The Faykers are an unusual Maykers tribute band that plays originals in the style of the Maykers playing Grateful Dead covers or old blues standards. Rumors circulate online about a reunion tour in support of Ralph Nader. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: jam band, faykers, maykers, jam band, live, grateful dead
A non dead, unrelated and confusing tribute to the Maykers. Well not really, but now that you are here check it out... Welcome to the Future is a MIDI song I started in the 90's and finally finished this morning. It contains two samples from the Freesound Mass Recording Project recorded in Europe per my request: http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=50180 http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=50181 Film School was created recently with original music and some snips of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: electronic, freesound
Last of the batch of songs made with lofi percussion and samples. This is a song about a jokester from back in the day who tried to satirize life in realtime in place of normal interpersonal communication. Deadman wore a Robin Hood costume and danced the safety dance while recording the vocals. Digi Hartatak performed most music tracks while holding his breath and wearing a cheap plastic fireman's helmet. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: jazz, trip hop, bizarre, avant garde, minstrel, vagrant, electronic, revolutionary, spiritual...
A musical journey through the ups and downs of mania and depression. From the stark beginning deep in the muck of down and out to the gradual buildup into the almost meglomaniacal introspective expression of self importance. After bordering on the edge of a nervous breakdown, the music returns to sad happiness and familiarity. This comfort zone is a mask for the abrupt psychological break at the end featuring a mangled Freesound recording of the electromagnetic pulses from a rechargeable drill. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: sad, happy, bipolar, manic depression, jazz, blues, electronic, freesound, psychobabble
Another song with a laid back vibe based on the Dooby Brothers singing Zappa after smoking opium in an electronic universe. Uses a bunch of NoiseCollector Freesound samples and numerous other audio oddities with some real bass, guitars and synths thrown in here and there. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: experimental, freesound, psychadelic, alternative, rock, electronic
The end is coming and you better get your jam on. I started this song back Saturday, December 11, 2004, at 6:11:03 PM. It was supposed to be the beat for the French Pimp's debut rap but it was never started. It sat on the drive as a couple of bars of audio and some muted MIDI tracks for awhile then I added some guitar several months back and decided it was time to finish it. It would have been called "Chino's Song" but after the apocalyptical samples I changed the name. The samples... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: 2012, apocolypse, end times, religion, armegeddon, party, spoken word, horror